What has to happen, for the powers that be to start realizing that there really are other ways of feeding crops so as to have bumper crops and that those composting and fluid mixtures actually give the crops more substance.
The point being that up to now going organic would not give you a “bumper” crop when comparing time, energy used and costs to that of fertilizers. Now the cost of fertilizers is rising so high that chemical farmers are looking desperately for the next aid to come out of the industry. Something big did come out of research carried out by Prof Higa back in 1982 where he found the right combination of common microorganisms that encouraged other beneficial microorganisms, enzymes and proteins that nurture an antioxidant environment for pants to grow in.
Due to regulations in America it is only now coming to be accepted by the EPA, OMRI and the Department of Agriculture as being in a class by itself, so we can’t call it a fertilizer because it doesn’t supply the nutrients to the plants. It creates the environment for the nutrients to be properly digestible. We can only say that it is an innoculant. Now what does the farmer interpret that to mean: “Oh, it’s a pesticide” - No it’s not, even though it is used to get rid of pests, not by killing them but by creating an antioxidating environment that those pests cannot live in (most insects need certain environments for their hatchlings to hatch and if that environment is inoculated with these effective microorganisms then the balance is upset only when that insects original environment was different to that of Effective Microorganisms). The concept being that most of agricultural pests started multiplying after we became gregarious, tilling the soil and killing the aerobic and anaerobic top layer of soil that was the environment in which we received our genetic makeup, which took eons.
The pests are there because the environment in which the plants originally got their genetic coding from, has changed (its aerobic and anaerobic microbial balance has been lost) . Now with all these oxidizing “fertilizers” we are encouraging these pests, because most of these pests have been evolving in an oxidating environment since the start of the agrarian era.
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